The family is deeply saddened to announce the passing of their Mother.
She is survived by sons; Floyd (Bev), Mervin and daughter; Gwen (Morris) Boey.
She adored her grandchildren; Jason, Michael (Katie), Chantalle (Jordan), Kyle (Joanne), Clint (Jill), Tanya (David).
Great grandchildren to which she was known as Baba; Carter, Emberlee, Bexson, Wren. Patrick, Lucas, Allie, Eden, Harper, Poppy, Whaytt, Lucas, Jesse. Great-great grandchild Vincent, her brother; Steve (Beatrice), sisters; Francis and Sally, sister-in-law Phyills along with many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her parents Peter and Annie Ternofsky, her infant daughter Audrey and our father Isaak Reimer. Brothers; Ernie, Nick and Edward sisters; Victoria (Harvey Doucette) and Mary (Pete Salahub). Nephews; Teddy Doucette and Albert Salahub and all of her brother and sister-in-laws of the Reimer family.
Pauline was born on the old family farm homestead in the area of Rosthern Sk. She attended the Scarp School and started working at an early age for the neighbour’s house, cleaning and doing chores, then worked at the small café in Rosthern. She met our father Isaak Reimer and married at the age of 19. They made their home in many small communities as Dad worked for the railroad. In 1967 they moved the family to Saskatoon where Mom started doing house cleaning and then worked at Saskatoon City Hospital for 20 years when she retired at age 62. She loved to be outside in her yard gardening, she enjoyed going to dances, going fishing and spending time with her family. She will be deeply missed and remembered for her famous Perogies and homemade Chicken Soup.
A Celebration of Pauline’s life will be held at a later time.